Chris Mohler ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> On 5/22/07, Claus Cyrny <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> [...]
> >  I wonder what I'm doing wrong! :-( Here's an example of what
> >  I tried (Gimp 2.2.8/Ubuntu "Breezy"/24-bit color depth):
> >
> >  http://home.arcor.de/ccyrny/downloads/circles_rgb.png
> >
> >  The "jaggies" remain. :-(
> >
> >  How do you achieve getting a smooth circle? I checked both
> >  anti-aliasing and feather (3.0) in the selection tool. The zoom factor
> >  was always 100%.
> 
> Strange - I must never have stroked a selection in GIMP, because it
> *is* very jagged.  I'm going to search the bugzilla,

If you want I can go into all the technical details, why this is that
way. It is not pretty, but there is no easy solution - we have to
somehow deal with the fact, that a selection is not a vector-based shape
and stroking has to have something to follow.

Another workaround is to convert the selection into a path and then
stroke the path, this should also give better (but not perfect) results.

Relevant Bugzilla entry: http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=50730

Bye,
        Simon
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